Predatory genes revisited


My notes: maximum predatory genes: 8
psychopathy is more than just predatory genes.

Putin and Trump have both 8 predatory genes, while Putin is NOT a psychopath.

research, science is often guessing

certain cultures higher number of predatory genes

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Want to be the one who is making the decisions in your life?


This week has been a success for Life, and a disaster financially. Everyone was spending their money on turkey, I guess.

So I am going to announce some sales for this coming week. I'll make them good... so you'll buy.

Now, about the successes that lead me to a huge insight.

Everything that people do is guided by memes, and they think they decided to do it. And you think they decided to do it from the goodness of their heart, from the badness of their heart, whatever seem to be the case. But in fact they never decided anything... It is the memes that are doing the deciding. Continue reading "Want to be the one who is making the decisions in your life?"

The two types of truth testing… are you asking the body or the soul?


Yesterday I accidentally was lead to a year and a half old article of mine. I was stunned. I didn't remember writing that article. It was the best article I have ever published... 100% channeled.

It was about the difference between asking-your-body type of muscle testing, and the asking-Source type of muscle testing. 1

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The unanswerable question trap: it holds you by the balls


Creativity comes from the "other than conscious" activity of the brain. The part that is neither linear nor word based.

I spend a large chunk of the day allowing it to do what it does...

It is allowing whatever is going on in the brain and in the body to go on... The best way is to make yourself busy.

Washing the dishes, vacuuming, doing the laundry, walking, or playing Freecell...

One of the useless things Tai teach is what he calls armchair meditation. He wants you to do serious linear thinking... which is proven to be a lot less accurate than your other than conscious brain doing the work unattended.
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What is the purpose of Life for you? Not YOUR purpose… LIFE’s purpose FOR you?


I stumbled on this meme this morning. It is still a little dark outside, and I am still a little sleepy... so I am going to follow this meme, down the rabbit hole... wherever it takes... hm.

The full quote is from a book: Today Matters...

How would you describe your life? Are you achieving what you desire? Are you accomplishing the things that are important to you? Do you consider yourself a success? How do your prospects look for the future?

If I could come to your house and spend just one day with you, I would be able to tell whether or not you will be successful. You could pick the day. If I got up with you in the morning and went through the day with you, watching you for 24 hours, I could tell in what direction your life is headed.
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Republished: Want real love in your life? Awaken caring, compassion and empathy in you


How do you go about awakening compassion, caring and empathy?

The first step of transformation, and awakening a missing capacity is transformation!, is to tell the truth about how it is now.

Transformation is so rare, because people are unwilling to tell the truth. Why? Because truth, any truth about you, will first be painful, and it will piss you off.

The truth about you is that you, the way you are, are unable to feel for another person. You mistake your loin's yearning, your heart's yearning for connection to a feeling for the other, but they are not the same.

At this point only a handful of people are able to feel, feel deeply for another person.

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Behavioral strategies vs. beingness strategies


We all want to be loved. It's hardwired, because being loved is the surest way to be fed, as a child, get sex as an adult, be promoted or helped as an adult.

Its purpose is survival.

The organism wants to survive, desperately.

We don't know what that love is, but we want it. And some of us want to earn it.

I just followed a link that introduced me to Chris Farley, a fat comedian, who died... because he could not live without that love. 1

So love is a tricky one, because millions loved and adored Chris Farley, but he didn't feel it. He kept on trying and trying and trying... and he kept on putting more and more heroin into his veins, until it was too much.

Some of us know that it has nothing to do with us, whether we are loved or not. Some of us know that there is no chance for love between humans... not even between a mother and a child. Unfortunately or fortunately, you keep on deluding yourself, you keep on pretending.

The capacity to come to terms with the human condition would be useful, but scarcely if any humans have that capacity turned on in their DNA. Instead they keep on pretending, keep on trying to earn love, or pretend to give love... hoping it is reciprocated.
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How to be successful without being evil


One of the distinctions from Wallace D. Wattles: The Science of Getting Rich is called "The Creative Plane."

Most of us, most of the time, live on the competitive plane.

The competitive plane has several aspects, and depending on your disposition, you'll be able to counter some, while not be able or willing to counter others.

  1. The first aspect of the competitive plane is comparison.On the competitive plane you are always going some place, you are never where you are, the only concept you have from the here and now is that it's not enough, not good enough, or wrong. Not the right thing, not the right place.

    That is the foundation of the competitive plane, and the result is misery... felt or not, when you operate in the competitive plane, you are miserable, always hungering, always yearning, always out of sorts..
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Tough choices: knowing what’s important


Tough choices: knowing what's important

Life is really so incredible perfect when you are committed to something, and therefore you look at everything through that commitment.

Here is a quote I had attached to my kitchen cabinet for four years. When I moved it was impossible to save it: it crumbled... lol. It has an awful lot to do with who I am today, and the incredible results I was able to produce in those four years:

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The Third Kind of Depression and how to beat it without drugs: simple but not easy


The Third Kind of Depression

Depression Is A Sign That You Are Unwilling To Hit Bottom. When You Hit Bottom, There Is The Beginning Of Coming Up

I took a short break this afternoon. I lied down. This depression thing has been on my mind since I wrote that article: I felt something wasn't complete about it.

Back in 1979 I spent some time in a psychiatric place, back in Hungary. It was almost like a sanatorium, on a beautiful mountain, for rich people and their brood.

My room mate was the jilted wife of a famous actor... everyone was famous for something. Of course, I was a famous person's daughter.

I made friends with a fellow patient, my age. She had a difficult time sleeping at all. She was depressed.

Occasionally I saw his family visit her: a lovely boy, her husband, even her in-laws. By the way, she was an amazing literary translator of novels, talented as the sun.

So as I was lying on my bed I tried to feel her body to "diagnose" what was underneath the depression.

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